My laptop running Arch has no issues at all connecting to NFS & samba shares hosted on my NFS & Samba server running on snapshot build of OpenWrt
My Ubuntu (Bionic Beaver) Server on the other-hand does fails to connect to NFS & samba shares hosted on my NFS & Samba server running on snapshot build of OpenWrt log reports;
kernel: [67516.179857] nfs: server 192.168.123.1 not responding, timed out
-I can ping my router from my Ubuntu Server client pc
-Through troubleshooting, I've seemed to rule out that the issue is my Ubuntu server.
-Only fix to get Ubuntu Server client to connect again is to issue;
Does OpenWrt have a block list? The IP of my Ubuntu server is static, openwrt has Ubuntu client configured as static dhcp client.
Really confused about how to fix this issue...
Also, systemlog makes no mention of Ubuntu server's ip address.
Ahh, sorry, I read your comment as not connecting at all, I don't know what's going on with losing connection unfortunately, I vaguely remember having a similar problem on Ubuntu 12, but never found a fix.